Cleaning Your Bathroom With Steam
One of the best steam cleaner tips I have ever received was how to clean my bathroom from top to bottom with it. And I don’t mean just making it superficially clean, but cleaning it on a level that I haven’t been able to do before. A real deep cleaning that not only makes my bathroom look and smell clean, but gives me quite a bit of confidence that it is clean on a microscopic level as well.
If you don’t know that steam cleaners not only do a good job of removing dirt and grime, but also kill many dangerous microorganisms, then let me tell you a few things about steam cleaners. Their hot steam can not only kill bacteria, but can also kill viruses such as streptococcus, staphylococcus, E. Coli, Hepatitis A, the common cold and influenza. And it does it without the use of harmful cleaners such as bleach or ammonia. I think that’s a good enough reason to employ the services of this amazing machine in the bathroom. Don’t you think? I think that many of you would agree, or so I think judging from the steam cleaner reviews I have read recently.
The Bathroom Floor
Your steam cleaner can not only shine you floor up really well, but it can also clean the grout between the tiles; restoring them to a like new appearance. And by using the proper attachment, you can reach areas of the bathroom that can’t normally be reached. Like behind the toilet or alongside the sink vanity.
The Shower and The Tub
Steam Cleaners are great at removing the soap scum and hard water stains that are left in your shower and tub. They can not only clean the porcelain and the tile, but they can also clean the faucets and the shower door. And they can do it with a lot less elbow grease than conventional cleaning methods.
The Toilet And Sinks
If you live in an area with hard water, then the bottom of your toilet probably looks like a disaster area. That’s because calcium and lime scale can trap the waste particles from your urine and crystal it into a brown coating that seems almost impossible to remove. However, with the help of your steam cleaner you can break up this crystallized coating and get your toilet back to pristine condition.
Lime scale and hard water can also wreak havoc on your sink. It can leave a grimy coating on the faucet and may even leave a brown spot around the drain. Once again, this is the perfect job to tackle with your steam cleaner.
And these are only a few ideas of how to steam clean your bathroom. I know that you will probably have a few ideas of your own. Use your cleaner in your bathroom and you will realize that it seems like it was almost designed for this area of your home, and it will make your life a whole lot easier.